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“You have focused on the cause of carpal tunnel and associated compression syndromes. Your book is practical, functional and a necessity for anyone who types. I will definitely include it as mandatory reading for my doctor/lecture students and patients.”
—LeRoy R. Perry Jr., D.C., 5X Olympic Team Doctor/
President, International Sportsmedicine Institute,
Los Angeles, CA
“Howard Richman’s ‘Pain-Free Typing Technique’ provides clear, simple and easy to understand techniques to reduce or eliminate repetitive strain injury from keyboarding and mousing. This is a ‘must read’ for everybody who spends time at their computers.”
—Howard Glazer, Ph.D., Behavioral Medicine/
Neuromuscular Rehabilitation, Cornell University Medical College,
New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York City, NY
“I found your booklet, ‘Pain-Free Typing Technique’ to be clear, precise, and on the money regarding the causes of cumulative trauma disorder (CTD) in computer users and other typists. CTD has increased in incidence by over 670% in the last five years! And it is now the top reason for a doctor visit, ahead of low back pain. Your focus on poor ergonomics as a primary cause of CTD is well-founded. At $4.95, this booklet’s a steal! Think of all the money, time and agony to be saved by putting the advice in this book to good use!
—David Drier, D.C., Chiropractic Bodyworker,
Specializing in Deep Myofascial Release for Repetitive Strain Injuries,
Bodyworks, Monroe, NY
“Your booklet illustrates the optimum position for keyboarding and the use of the mouse.”
—William Kiblinger, M.D.
“ ‘Pain-Free Typing Technique’ is a clear and concise guide to key elements of the most important tool in preventing computer-related injuries: good typing methods. This is probably the first document I’ve read that attempts to lay out optimum use of laptop keyboards. This booklet is very accessible and gets some central principles across that the reader can then apply.”
—Paul Marxhausen, Engineering Electronics Technician,
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
“Your page and the pictures should be on every office bulletin board in the world.”
—Lee Hickling, Former Washington correspondent and Musician,
Cobb Island, MD
“I type all day and play the piano. I have followed your advice and YES, IT HAS HELPED! Thank you so much. I am keeping conscious as to holding my hands, wrists and arms in a straight line, and my wrist pain has been better.”
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Services, Redondo Beach, CA